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Video ID: 949 Minutes: 44 Date: 2005 Language(s): English
Description: Volume 1- 19 min. Volume 2 - 23 min. and Hazard Categories. Depicts actual fatal accidents, examines what went wrong and shows subsequent hazard abatement recommendations. Shows hazards in these categories: cranes, confined space, fall hazards, improper use of equipment, drowning, and lockout/tagout. Animated, but graphic.
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Video ID: 139 Minutes: 12 Date: 1990 Language(s): English
Description: Discusses several specific preventive measures and vital concepts of safety awareness and personal responsibility, including how to avoid eye and arm strain, cuts and burns, and fires.
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Video ID: 83 Minutes: 13 Date: 1990 Language(s): English
Description: Features potential safety hazards and specific preventive measures to avoid serious accidents or injury in plant settings. Goofy as safety trainer, turns the real workplace into an athletic competition to illustrate the techniques for safe loading, emergency procedures for heavy lifting, avoiding slips and falls, handling chemical spills, and dealing with fires. Some animation.
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Video ID: 1601 Minutes: 61 Date: 2013 Language(s): English
Description: The “Hazard Orientation & Labor Education (H.O.L.E.)project provides a video with cutting-edge training and orientation for all workers in all trades regarding the hazards of tunneling and underground construction. It provides a new level of consistency between actual practices and advancements in the industry. The video consists of an emphasis on worker training (52 min) and a visitor orientation (9 min). It is divided into segments to be used both on site and in a classroom setting. A Safety & Health Investment Project (SHIP) produced by Associated General Contractors of Washington.
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Video ID: 1552 Minutes: 18 Date: 2010 Language(s): English
Description: Odie Espenship, a fighter pilot, talks about the concept of recognizing dangerous behavior in co-workers and calling “knock it off”. Odie and his friend fellow fighter pilot Wes Sharp encourage viewers to speak up and tell co-workers to “keep off the grass” when they witness an unsafe act. Failing to call a "knock it off' peels back the layers of safety. Also discussed is the one-thousand-foot-bubble rule, and lessons learned from the close-call incident. Motivates viewers to take action: "When you see something, say something."
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Video ID: 1339 Minutes: 27 Date: 2009 Language(s): English
Description: Using actual flying footage and photographs, Jeff "Odie" Espenship relates the skills of a fighter pilot to safe workplace practices. This DVD focuses on 3 primary leading indicators -- short cuts, snap decisions, and complacency (the silent killer). Odie considers each of your employees as fighter pilots. It's the little things that hurt us or kill us. His riveting accounts and personal stories of allowing the little things to slip by eventually catch up to us. It’s fairly well accepted that injury patterns are not good predictors of fatalities, but near misses like "leading indicators" are.
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Video ID: 1575 Minutes: 16 Date: 2010 Language(s): English
Description: Odie Espenship interviews Bob Bragg the only surviving crew member of the Pan Am 747 involved in the Tenerife disaster when in 1977 two 747 jets collided on the island of Tenerife. Discusses hazardous situations and warning signs or “leading indicators” that lead to the danger and crash.
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Video ID: 1353 Minutes: 30 Date: 2005 Language(s): English
Description: DVD. Important information for those planning, coordinating or commanding an emergency response. Includes chapters on Liquified Natural Gas (LNG); case study; properties of LNG, LNG pipeline network, hazards & risks, and LNG shipping. Bonus white paper accessible by computer.
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Video ID: 529 Minutes: 12 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: Informs injured workers about the workers' compensation claims process. Tells the responsibilities of injured workers covered by the State Fund and the responsibilities of the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries to the claimant. Emphasizes partnership between the workers, employers, providers and the department necessary to help workers return to their jobs. Open Captioned. Spanish version V0530. May be duplicated
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Video ID: 1519 Minutes: 14 Date: 2007 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Basic overview of PPE used in the shipyard work environment. Includes: Foot protection, hard hats, high-visibility reflective vest, hearing protection, fall protection, gloves, longshore, waterfront, high visibiity vests, PPE, gloves, seatbelts, eye protection, PFDs, and personal floatation devices. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM accessible only on computer which includes PowerPoint type presentation and facilitator guide.
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Video ID: 854 Minutes: 17 Date: 2000 Language(s): English
Description: Specifically tailored to managers and supervisors, this focuses on their leadership role in establishing a comfortable and respectful workplace. Issues addressed include coaching employees; investigating harassment complaints, and preventing retaliation. Good companion to With All Due Respect (V0855) which is for employees.
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Video ID: 651 Minutes: 18 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: VHS only. For DVD order #1283. The aggressive pursuit of Zero Accidents in the workplace relies not only on knowledge of safe operating procedures and principles, but also in the right attitude among all workers. Intro features clips with Buzz Aldrin and the moon landing. Covers: vision and initiative; creating expectations; accident prevention; building trust; and maintaining leadership.
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Video ID: 1283 Minutes: 18 Date: 2004 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: The aggressive pursuit of Zero Accidents in the workplace relies not only on knowledge of safe operating procedures and principles, but also in the right attitude among all workers. Covers: vision and initiative; creating expectations; accident prevention; building trust; and maintaining leadership. Intro features clips with Buzz Aldrin and the moon landing. Includes Leader's guide and PowerPoint presentation. Subtitles in English only. Portuguese.
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Video ID: 1587 Minutes: 26 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: This program defines biomechanics, body mechanics and ergonomics and examines their roles in nursing and patient safety. Shows risks for injury during patient handling. Identifies the most commonly reported injuries among nurses. Demonstrates patient handling behaviors that put nurses at risk for injury and advocates the use of equipment designed for specific patient handling tasks. Produced by Washington State Nurses Association and Washington State University, College of Nursing. Funding and support for this project has been provided by the state of Washington Department of Labor and Industries Safety and Health Investment Projects (SHIP).
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Video ID: 1014 Minutes: 27 Date: 2003 Language(s): English
Description: Filmed in Seattle. Covers ergonomic solutions to prevent injuries in a variety of tasks in the shipyard environment, including welding, confined spaces, and lifting. Identifies risk factors of awkward posture, repetition, forces and weight, vibration, duration, static muscle loading, contact stress, and environment.
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Video ID: 915 Minutes: 38 Date: 2000 Language(s): English
Description: Three part presentation. Part 1: Preparing to work. Describes work environment and instruction on PPE, respirators, welding, general housekeeping, etc. Part 2: Prevention - Proper handling yourself, products and materials such as load handling, rigging loads, Dog or Pad-Eye, pinch points, etc. Part 3 Potential Environmental & Health Hazards including heat exposure, frostbite, MSDS, noise, hot work, confined space, "near miss" situations, footwear, etc.
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Video ID: 1012 Minutes: 15 Date: 1999 Language(s): English
Description: Training for prevention of silicosis among cement masons. Defines silicosis and risk factors. Describes hazardous working conditions, safety procedures, and PPE. Produced by Oregon and SW Washington Cement Masons Apprenticeship Program. Spanish version #1025
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Video ID: 871 Minutes: 15 Date: 2001 Language(s): English
Description: Describes the different types of valves and associated hazards; importance of risk assessment. Reviews use of PPE and safety measures. Special emphasis on ergonomics; avoiding awkward postures and demonstrating proper lifting techniques. Program footage with scenes on site at a refinery and ships. The content is applicable to any industrial environment utilizing valves and pipes such as water, utilities, or petroleum. Minor CODE VIOLATION: Reaching over and through guardrails.
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Video ID: 1518 Minutes: 7 Date: 2007 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Begins with a few compelling testimonies from workers who observed fatalities of coworkers. Program encourages constant observation of vehicles in the shipyard work environment. Covers High-risk areas, safe work practices and communicating with operators of vehicles. Keywords: longshore, waterfront, traffic, pedestrians, vehicles. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM accessible only on computer which includes PowerPoint type presentation and facilitator guide.
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